'Access' can refer to the methods by which people with a range of needs, such as disabled people, people with caring responsibilities, people on low incomes (or other socially excluded groups) find out about and use services, advice, information and opportunities.
In this context, 'access' can also mean the freedom to find out about, and participate, in the sector as members of the workforce and in the social and cultural aspects of film, as audiences or through other participatory activities.
This is the descriptive narration of key visual elements in a film, video or multimedia product. This process allows individuals who are blind or partially-sighted to access content that is not otherwise accessible simply by listening to the audio. In audio description, narrators typically describe actions, gestures, scene changes, and other visual information. They also describe titles, speaker names, and other text that may appear on the screen.
A term used to indicate people of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic origin
Offensive, intimidating, malicious, insulting or humiliating behaviour, abuse of power or authority which attempts to undermine an individual or group of employees to cause them to suffer stress.
Deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences may access the audio portion of a film through textual representation in captions.
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